The company will also showcase two new Agito Gen 2s in distinct configurations along with Agito Sim and Commander
Offering smart camera dollys and stabilisation solutions that streamline complex shots, Motion Impossible is committed to transforming the way visual stories are told. Its tools have been crafted to complement your expertise, simplifying intricate and inconceivable movements while providing precision, creative freedom and unmatched control.
This year, the company returns to BSC with its biggest solution to date. The Agito Cine takes everything you revere about the Agito and amplifies it for the demands of big-budget productions. With a larger core, expanded wheelbase and increased ground clearance, it’s built to handle heavier camera payloads without compromising the agility that makes the flagship Agito so unique.
This will be Agito Cine’s first UK debut as an official market offering. Originally unveiled as a prototype at the show last year, it served as a testing ground for industry professionals to engage with, offering feedback aligned with both personal preferences and broader industry needs. Now, coming full circle, Agito Cine stands proudly as an exclusive rental option provided by Camera Revolution in the UK and CineMoves in the US, enabling a new wave of operators to immerse themselves in real-world scenarios and provide the company with feedback. This pioneering move by Motion Impossible isn’t just about delivering a product; it’s a groundbreaking model that invites serious filmmakers to become architects in its evolution, creating a dolly solution that will stand the test of time.
In addition, the company’s showcase includes the new Agito Gen 2, which boasts updated steering actuators, silent steering expanded I/O functionality, boosted power outputs and heightened intelligence capabilities. Attendees will have the chance to observe two AGITO Gen 2 dollys displayed in MagTrax and Sports configurations with Sotover G1 and Mini Libra remote heads. MagTrax can be seamlessly laid or embedded into a set, enabling the creation of predetermined, repeatable and precise movements on both curved and straight paths. Using an Agito Trax system, the team will also preview the new Agito Commander control software, which enables motion-control programmable movement.
And last, but not least: Motion Impossible invites visitors to play Agito Sim, an interactive computer game equipped with a Master Controller for driving the Agito and wheels for operating the head. It’s a chance to sharpen your framing, operational and communication skills before getting onto set. They’ll also be a scoreboard with daily prizes… are you up for the challenge?
Join Motion Impossible at BSC on the mezzanine (booth M002).